Ideally, it should be the other way around. JW should be able to write and record the score, without either the film or the score being seriously tinkered with after the fact. Then, the score could be released as it was recorded, with the few cues that were edited being presented as supplemental material, and those cues should take up little more than 10-15 minutes of disc space. Ideally. With ANH, the score as it was heard in the film can actually fit entirely on one 80 minute CD, minus the cantina songs and some cues that were edited out entirely. The second CD could then give us the concert suites, the cantina songs, and the versions of the cues unedited, as JW recorded them. That would give us the best of both worlds: what was heard in the film, and the unedited versions. With ESB and ROTJ, they could have given us everything JW recorded, and then the few cues that were edited as a supplment on the second disc, with some shifting of material. It would all have fit. With TPM, however, it would have required a four disc set to give us both the music JW recorded and the unedited versions. Hopefully, with AOTC, the music will be closer to the OT in that all of the music JW recorded and the edited for film content could fit on two CDs without any other releases ever being necessary. That would be best for the film and the fans.